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26 Dec 2014

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McObject has revealed that its eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) has been tested and proven compatible with AdaCore's GNAT Pro Ada development environment. According to the company, the combination offers the speed and reliability of McObject's embedded database system product line-up to Ada developers using AdaCore's toolset.

The Ada language and AdaCore's tools are primarily used in real-time and embedded systems that require maximum safety, security and reliability, delivered through features such as highly analysable code (making performance more predictable) and the ability to restrict run-time features that will be used. GNAT Pro has been adopted widely in technology market segments ranging from commercial and defence avionics to transportation systems and medical systems.

GNAT Pro supports mixed language development, allowing programmers to easily interface between Ada and other languages such as C, C++, Java or Python. The eXtremeDB database system has C/C++ roots: it is written in C and typically accessed in real-time embedded systems via its C/C++ function library. Using GNAT Pro's mixed-language capabilities, developers have successfully integrated eXtremeDB into Ada applications, gaining the benefits of eXtremeDB features including fast data storage, retrieval and sorting; multi-user concurrent access; and transactions that support the ACID (atomic, consistent, isolated and durable) properties.

Like GNAT Pro, eXtremeDB is commonly used in applications requiring low latency and maximum up-time and predictability including civilian and defence avionics, transportation systems, industrial automation and communications equipment. The eXtremeDB product family includes a High Availability edition offering proven fault-tolerance. eXtremeDB's native, navigational C/C++ application programming interface (API) offers more predictably fast performance than the SQL database programming language common in enterprise and business-oriented database systems, stated the company. eXtremeDB platform support extends to the VxWorks 653 and VxWorks CERT real-time operating systems (RTOSs) geared for avionics development.




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